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- Current Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
The company has put the effort behind growing the business and encourages their employees along the way. We have entered a new space in the IT field and are gaining momentum through our company culture proper marketing of our unique business model.
None so far, there are growing pains for sure, but Management is 100% committed to its employees and stakeholders.Continue reading
- Former Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Nice facility, very nicely designed.
Poor management. very bad morale. you are blamed for work not done right even though not your responsibility. you work dead leads.Continue reading
- Former Employee★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Reasonably calm work environment. Shiny-new facilities even after several years, but eerily like a movie set, with almost no personal touches or signs of anyone settling in. Easy local commute and plenty of parking. Competent HR for a small company. Interesting but increasingly rare business focus.
Company is third or fourth of the same stripe for owner and is run as a hobby; marginal profitability is enough and despite endless discussion of new directions and growth, every day is "same as before" and there is no real top-level interest in anything else. Detailed planning projects are urged along and then shelved for the next idea. Sales department does little except process orders from longstanding clients. Technical and warehouse end is competently run but has high turnover in both staff and supervisory positions. Complete deadwood in at least two critical office positions limits possibility of change, growth or even improvement in established core competencies. There is a general obsession with the irrelevant aspects of daily operation while options for actual improvement are bypassed. Overall, there is a sense that playing the game of running a company is more important than actually operating efficiently and with the future in mind. It will likely shut down the day profits go red, and the owner will move on to the next bright idea.Continue reading